"We are hoping that the judge does justice to all of us who are here as MUT students. We are tired, as students, of this case. We are now declaring it must end today and we must have justice for all MUT students... in fact, all women in SA," said SRC's sports officer Sihle Hlabisa.
The students had marched from Lonsdale residence, where Khumalo was killed, to the Durban high court yesterday. They also held a prayer meeting at her residence on Sunday night.
"We are coping because we rely on God and prayers and the support we are getting from many. Yesterday, at MUT they organised a prayer. We thank them for their support. Even today, there are students outside [court]," said Myeni.
Radebe said one of the things the court needed to decide on was whether Mzolo was the scorned lover the state has painted him out to be.
"This court has to decide if the relationship between the deceased and the accused was terminated by the deceased, which angered the accused."
The matter will continue today.